Maxol invests £209k at Townpark Station
Maxol has recently completed an extensive refurbishment of their Townparks service station in Co. Antrim with a total investment of £209,000 as part of the company’s ongoing commitment to providing quality choice and convenience for customers across Northern Ireland.
The SPAR Daily Deli has been upgraded and now provides a wide range of hot and cold food served throughout the day, including vegan and vegetarian options, to meet increasing customer demand.
The internal seating area has been refurbished to create a comfortable place where customers can enjoy a coffee from the Barista Bar or a bite to eat instore.
The store layout has changed, allowing the fresh food range to be extended and the introduction of an extensive range of artisan pre-packed butchery products instore.
Finishing touches on the improvements include newly upgraded washroom facilities and the installation of a new porch and renovated entrance area.
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Maxol, Northern Ireland’s leading family-owned forecourt and convenience retailer, have also made some changes in the forecourt area to create additional parking spaces to meet with the growing demand from local customers.
Highlighting the need to ensure the safety of both their customers and safe, Brian Donaldson, CEO of The Maxol Group, said: “We’re extremely happy with the renovations and are confident that these updates will enable us to continue to provide an easy, convenient, safe and enjoyable experience for all customers in the area.
“Last year, we celebrated 100 years of Maxol in Northern Ireland and we are delighted to continue investing in our local service stations.
“It is our aim to have a network of convenience destinations that will continue to meet the ever-changing needs of our customers across Northern Ireland.”
Stephen Culberston, Licensee of Maxol Townparks, added: “Our customers are always our top priority and this investment will enable us to provide them with the best shopping experience possible while also ensuring that our service station offers state-of-the-art facilities for the local community. We’re excited to welcome our customers back to see the improvements we’ve made.”
Maxol supports the mental health charity Aware and has raised over £100,000 since 2017.
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